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Scott County Library System History

The Scott County Library System was formed in 1950 out of the Scott County Library bookmobile organization to serve rural Scott County, Iowa. This collection has photographs and documents pertaining to the library system and the many communities it has served.



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Letter from Agnes Buskirk to Elizabeth Hage thanking her for a copy of the Scott County Library by-laws. Ms. Buskirk enclosed a newspaper article regarding the outcome of the court ruling regarding the the mill levy tax. Ms. Hage responds with thanks and reports that the Scott County Library is having similar issues with use of tax funds.
Topics: Public Libraries, Correspondence, Buskirk, Agnes, Hage, Elizabeth
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Exterior of the Durant library.
Topics: Durant, Iowa, Slides, Photographs, Public Libraries
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Lauretta Schutte, Blue Grass station attendant, sends Elizabeth Hage the requested list of names of the women who are secretaries of: Ladies Aid of Blue Grass, Phi Omega Club, Civic Improvement League, Legion Auxiliary, Blue Grass Farm Bureau, and Parent Teachers Club. Ms. Schutte also reports that the Blue Grass station is now receiving "The County Shopper."
Topics: Correspondence, Public Libraries, Organizations, Periodicals, Schutte, Lauretta, Hage, Elizabeth
A two-page letter to Lucile Snow, Librarian, Fort Dodge, IA from Ernestine Grafton, Director of the State Traveling Library, listing all of the Iowa Libraries with phonograph record expenditures from the "1955-56 Public Library Statistical Report" and the names of the librarians at those libraries. 
Topics: Correspondence, Public Libraries, Snow, Lucile, Grafton, Ernestin
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Elizabeth Hage writes to the new librarian, George [Gardner]to inform him that he needs to submit a voucher for his mileage and a current photo for the newspaper article. Ms. Hage will be sending cards to the companies where business is done and to all of the librarians to inform them of [Mr. Gardner's] arrival. Mrs. Dorothy Downs will be in charge of the library until  George [Gardner] arrives. Ms. Hage reports that the Board met the previous Saturday evening and it was announced that George...
Topics: Correspondence, Public Libraries, Employment, Hage, Elizabeth, Gardner, George, Downs, Dorothy
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Elizabeth Hage writes to Blanche Smith, State Traveling Library, about librarians in various states that have recently left their positions and might be interested in the job opening at the Woodbury County library in Moville, Iowa.
Topics: Correspondence, Public Libraries, Occupations, Hage, Elizabeth, Smith, Blanche
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Photo album created by library staff from 1950-1969. Includes many photos of library staff, branch buildings, bookmobiles and some of classes visiting the bookmobile.
Topics: Bird, James, Kakert, Marilyn, Hage, Elizabeth, Duboe, Peggy Ann, Nelson, Mary Lois, Stewart,...
Letter from Elizabeth Hage to Blanche Smith regarding the progress and opening of the new Eldridge branch, bookmobile, and new staff.
Topics: Public Libraries, Correspondence, Bookmobile, Hage, Elizabeth, Smith, Blanche, Stipes, W. F.
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Part of the Library's circulating art collection - Painting of a street (Paris?) by Maurice Utrillo
Topics: Photographs, Public Libraries, Art, Artist, Utrillo, Maurice
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Marilyn Fahrenkrog was part of the Scott County Rural & Urban Teachers Committee that raised funds to start a bookmobile for Scott County. She saved some paperwork associated with the account at Donahue Saving Bank for bookmobile funds and gave it to Scott County library after hanging on to it for 72 years.
Topics: Photographs, Public Libraries, Bookmobiles, Fund Raising
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In 1981 the Durant branch moved to 402 6th Street in the same building as City Hall.
Topics: Durant, Iowa, Photographs, Public Libraries
Elizabeth Hage writes to Laurette Schutte, Blue Grass station, and Johanna Fawcett, Princeton station, to instruct them on the new procedure for reporting circulation counts. Instead of sending individual daily counts at the end of each month, each daily count will now be recorded and reported on one form for the month for each department.
Topics: Correspondence, Public Libraries, Process & Techniques, Hage, Elizabeth, Schutte, Laurette,...
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Elizabeth Hage writes to Ruby Stuff, Le Claire station, to let her know that the book "The Unknown Lincoln" is still out at the Davenport Library, but will send it to LeClaire as soon as it is available.  Ms. Hage says that she is still researching the list of books that Ms. Stuff had sent a few weeks ago, and that the books on loan from the Traveling Library cannot be renewed.
Topics: Correspondence, Public Libraries, Hage, Elizabeth, Stuff, Ruby
Elizabeth Hage writes to Blanche Smith, State Traveling Library, that she has met with Mrs. Hughes at the Des Moines Public Library. They discussed an upcoming conference and the committees that had been established to help with the conference. One person in particular on the Public Relations Committee has not been cooperative in completing her assignments. Ms. Hage writes that there will be a speaker for the conference, Mrs. Hughes has worked out a series of radio programs for ILA to be...
Topics: Correspondence, Public Libraries, Events, Committees, Hage, Elizabeth, Smith, Blanche
A letter from Catherine Seitz to Elizabeth Hage asking for information regarding how the Scott County Library Board of Trustees operates, including Board selection, meetings; book selections and general purchases. Ms. Hagee responds with a two page letter outlining Board selection and duties; selection of books; and purchasing guidelines. Ms. Hage also reports on the bill that is trying to be passed by the city of Correctionville to withdraw from the county library system.
Topics: Photographs, Public Libraries, Correspondence, Seitz, Catherine, Hage, Elizabeth
Agnes Buskirk, Woodbury County Librarian, writes to tell Elizabeth Hage the bookmobile in Woodbury County has been up and running for four days. She reports that the local County School Superintendent has written a letter to the House regarding House Bill 143.  Ms. Buskirk asks about gas prices for the bookmobile, purchasing books, and wishes that she had been able to meet with Ms. Hage. Ms. Hage reports that a local gas station has approached her with a proposal for discounted gas for the...
Topics: Public Libraries, Bookmobiles, Correspondence, Buskirk, Agnes, Hage, Elizabeth, Buskirk Agnes, Hage...
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A letter to Mrs. Davis, Princeton station attendant, regarding a miscalulation in pay.
Topics: Correspondence, Public Libraries, Wages, Hage, Elizabeth, Davis, Mrs.
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Press release announcing the hiring of  Miss Cosette Foglesong as the new bookmobile librarian for the Scott County Library. The announcement includes the complete bookmobile schedule. 
Topics: Photographs, Public Libraries, Publicity, Bookmobiles, Foglesong, Cosette
Catherine Seitz writes to Elizabeth Hage asking how the Board of Trustees were selected. She explains that the County Board of Supervisors made the appointments. Ms. Seitz also asks how travel expenses are paid for board members, and asks about paid vacation and sick leave for the SCLS staff. Ms. Hage responds with information on how the Board was selected, as well as paid time off. Ms. Hage includes contact information for the ALA Board of Personnel in Chicago, IL.
Topics: Photographs, Public Libraries, Correspondence, Hage, Elizabeth, Seitz, Catherine
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Letter to Marie Bergren from Elizabeth Hage canceling the subscription for NUBOOK CARDS. Ms. Hage believes that it is a good service, but she cannot justify renewal.
Topics: Correspondence, Public Libraries, Process & Techniques, Bergren, Marie, Hage, Elizabeth
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New magazine shelving at the Eldridge branch.
Topics: Photographs, Public Libraries
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Renae Crotty at the Eldridge library.
Topics: Crotty, Renae, Eldridge, Iowa, Slides, Photographs, Public Libraries
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Don't bug me, I'm reading summer reading promotion
Topics: Photographs, Public Libraries
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Elizabeth Hage writes to Lauretta Schutte, Library attendant, Blue Grass station, to let her know that the book cover on display at the Blue Grass station should have been returned with the March book exchange; the fee for out-of-county borrowers is $3 or 75 cents for 3 months with a maximum of 6 books checked out. Ms. Hage reports that the library system does not currently own "Roommates" or "Debbie Jones." Ms. Hage also instructs Ms. Schutte on how to keep the set of...
Topics: Correspondence, Public Libraries, Business & Finance, Process & Techniques, Hage,...
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Kay Runge opens the door of the New Liberty library.
Topics: Runge, Kay, New Liberty, Iowa, Slides, Photographs, Public Libraries
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A draft of letter from Elizabeth Hage to W. F. Stipe in response to his request of  amount of millage levy, approximate yearly amount of tax levied yields, and how the money is divided between the libraries in the county. Ms. Hage also explains set up of the library board, appointment of librarian, and amount levied per mill.
Topics: Public Libraries, Correspondence, Hage, Elizabeth, Stipes, W. F.
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Side view of the bookmobile visiting country school #5 in rural Scott County.
Topics: Photographs, Public Libraries, Bookmobiles, Schools
Agnes Buskirk, Librarian, Woodbury County Library, writes to Elizabeth Hage regarding the specifications of their new bookmobile and items that could be improved upon. Ms. Buskirk also asks how Ms. Hage handles deposits and county library stations.
Topics: Public Libraries, Bookmobiles, Correspondence, Buskirk, Agnes, Hage, Elizabeth
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Part of the Library's circulating art collection - Spanish seascape painting
Topics: Photographs, Public Libraries, Art
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Elaine Hein at the Eldridge branch. Previously, Hein had been the New Liberty station attendant.
Topics: Hein, Elaine, Eldridge, Iowa, Slides, Photographs, Public Libraries
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Walcott "station" sign in 2012.
Topics: Walcott, Iowa, Photographs, Public Libraries
Elizabeth Hage writes to Mrs. Ed Bushing and Mrs. Nielson to let them know that the Library Board has approved paying for the installation of a second meter for library electricity at the LeClaire station. Mrs. [Ruby] Stuff has been directed to reimburse Mrs. Nielson for the commericial rate electrical charges.
Topics: Correspondence, Public Libraries, Business & Finance, Hage, Elizabeth, Stuff, Ruby
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Elaine Hein at the circulation desk at the Eldridge library.
Topics: Hein, Elaine, Eldridge, Iowa, Slides, Photographs, Public Libraries
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Teens in Eldridge branch with film reels.
Topics: Eldridge, Iowa, Slides, Photographs, Public Libraries
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Woman sitting at a table at the Eldridge library.
Topics: Eldridge, Iowa, Slides, Photographs, Public Libraries
Elizabeth Hage replies to Mrs.  [Lenore] Truitt's note about work hours at the Walcott station. Ms. Hage assumed that the hours were 2 - 5 p.m. and has been submitting timesheets for those hours. Ms. Hage hopes to be able to visit the stations after October 1 when she will have additional help at the Eldridge branch. Mrs. Kresse has been to the Eldridge branch to inquire about items for the Walcott station. Ms. Hage explains that Mrs. Kresse is to request items through Mrs. Truitt for the...
Topics: Correspondence, Public Libraries, Hours of Labor, Hage, Elizabeth, Truitt, Mrs. Lenore
Elizabeth Hage sends book cards to the LeClaire and Walcott stations for books that have not been returned or have been lost. 
Topics: Correspondence, Public Libraries, Hage, Elizabeth
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Comfort slide, possibly part of library training.
Topics: Eldridge, Iowa, Slides, Photographs, Public Libraries
Ernestine Grafton, Director, State Traveling Library, copies Elizabeth Hage on the letters that she has sent to Mrs. Fred Huebsch, President of the McGregor Public Library and Mr. Phillip Duff, Wayzata, MN regarding a meeting at the McGregor Public Library on August 28 [1956].
Topics: Correspondence, Public Libraries, Grafton, Ernestine, Hage, Elizabeth, Huebsch, Fred Mrs., Duff,...
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Year-end financial report from the LeClaire Station showing Income/Expenses with balances; beginning balance of Rent Fund, amount paid, closing balance, and explantions for the Rent Fund. Notes that utilities for four months has been paid out of Fines.
Topics: Public Libraries, Business & Finance
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Letter to Elizabeth Hage from Agnes Buskirk, librarian at Woodbury County Library, requesting a copy of the By-laws or Constitution from the Scott County Library. Ms. Buskirk also mentions that there will be a hearing to see if The Board of Supervisors of Woodbury County can levy library taxes agains the village of Correctionville. Ms. Hage replies with an enclosure of the SCL by-laws.
Topics: Public Libraries, Correspondence, Hage, Elizabeth, Buskirk, Agnes
A letter to Mr. O.J. Houstman of the Des Moines Register from Elizabeth Hage, Librarian, about the progress of the new Scott County Library headquaters. She writes that the headquarters will soon have an open house and hopes that they "might get a spread in the Des Moines Register." The letter also lists the groups and agencies that have been invited to the open house.
Topics: Public Libraries, Correspondence, Houstman, O.J., Hage, Elizabeth
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A library staff member reshelves books at the Eldridge branch.
Topics: Photographs, Public Libraries, Employees
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A letter to E. & W. Glunz from Elizabeth Hage regarding duplicate payment for rocking the driveway at the library.
Topics: Correspondence, Public Libraries, Business & Finance, Hage, Elizabeth, E. & W., Glunz
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Elaine Hein, Melva Durbin, Verda Shaw, Kay Runge at a birthday celebration for Ray Baetke.
Topics: Hein, Elaine, Durbin, Melva, Shaw, Verda, Runge, Kay, Baetke, Ray, Eldridge, Iowa, Scott County,...
Elizabeth Hage writes to Ruby Stuff, Library Attendant LeClaire Branch, to inform her that a Christmas film has been secured to be shown during the story hour at the LeClaire branch. Ms. Hage is also sending a copy of "A Christmas Carol." Ms. Hage acknowledges a request for mystery novels for the LeClaire station; provides an address for Cosette Foglesen; and reports that assistance might be available to help pay for the oil heater and oil at the LeClaire branch.
Topics: Public Libraries, Correspondence, Activities, Stuff, Ruby, Hage, Elizabeth, Fogelson, Cosette
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Bid for $500 from Charles Benson to purchase the Reo school bus. Elizabeth  Hage sends a letter reporting that the library board has accepted Mr. Benson's bid for the Reo school bus formerly used as the bookmobile.
Topics: Public Libraries, Correspondence, Bookmobiles, Benson, Charles, Hage, Elizabeth
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Melva Durbin stands in the doorway of the Eldridge branch.
Topics: Photographs, Public Libraries, Employees, Durbin, Melva
Elizabeth Hage writes to the Interstate Rubber Products Corp. in Los Angeles, CA to order three Electro Mats as seen in a recent trade journal. She requests that the mats be sent with an notarized invoice and it will be paid upon receipt.  
Topics: Correspondence, Public Libraries, Repairs & Maintenance, Hage, Elizabeth, Interstate Rubber...
Elizabeth Hage writes to Mildred Pike, Sioux City Library, to inform her of the topics covered by [E. Grafton] at the meeting held to explain how funds will be distributed per the new Library Services Act. Ms. Hage also explains the process of the "federated plan" of contracting smaller libraries with larger libraries and how monies will be distributed from the federal and state supplemental funds. 
Topics: Correspondence, Public Libraries, Business & Finance, Hage, Elizabeth, Pike, Mildred,...
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Millie Wallace and Lillian Bell holding a horse painting.
Topics: Wallace, Millie, Bell, Lillian, Eldridge, Iowa, Slides, Photographs, Public Libraries
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A letter from student Sally Jane Wadsworth telling the librarian know how much she enjoys books.
Topics: Photographs, Public Libraries, Correspondence, Students, Wadsworth, Sally Jane
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Maureen from tech services at a typewriter, probably at the Eldridge library.
Topics: Eldridge, Iowa, Slides, Photographs, Public Libraries
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People in the Eldridge library.
Topics: Eldridge, Iowa, Slides, Photographs, Public Libraries
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Exterior of the Walcott library with Niebuhr's meat market
Topics: Walcott, Iowa, Niebuhr's meat market, Slides, Photographs, Public Libraries
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A letter from student Lee Ann Palmer to the librarian describing the books and pictures that she likes in the library.
Topics: Photographs, Public Libraries, Correspondence, Students, Palmer, Lee Ann
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A letter from student Cassandra Lynn Green telling the librarian what she likes about the library.
Topics: Photographs, Public Libraries, Correspondence, Students, Green, Cassandra Lynn
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Pointing out the wildlife encyclopedia.
Topics: Eldridge, Iowa, Slides, Photographs, Public Libraries
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Elizabeth Martin, Librarian, Davenport Public Library, asks Elizabeth Hage to write to Miss Lydia Barrett, Librarian at the Public Library in Mason City, regarding the budget for the Scott County Library and amount of volunteer help.  Ms. Hage replies with a copy of the annual report and how some of the funds have been budgeted for certain expenses.
Topics: Public Libraries, Correspondence, Martin, Elizabeth, Hage, Elizabeth, Barrett, Lydia
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Part of the Library's circulating art collection - "Stone City, IA" by Grant Wood, 1930
Topics: Photographs, Public Libraries, Art, Artists, Wood, Grant
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Boy checks out book at the Blue Grass 25 year open house.
Topics: Blue Grass, Iowa, Celebrations, Commemorations, Slides, Photographs, Public Libraries
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Local television personality reads at the Eldridge library.
Topics: King, Charles, Eldridge, Iowa, Photographs, Public Libraries
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Maureen [last name unknown] (center on right) with colleagues.
Topics: Blue Grass, Iowa, Eating & drinking, Slides, Photographs, Public Libraries
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Elizabeth Hage returns a registation card for Arlin E. Brown to Johanna Fawcett at the Princeton station. It appears that Arlin has completed the entire card himself. Ms. Hage explains that registration cards for children must be signed by a parent or guardian as no child under age can be held responsible for damaged or lost books.
Topics: Correspondence, Public Libraries, Process & Techniques, Hage, Elizabeth, Brown, Arlin E.,...
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Exterior of the Durant library.
Topics: Durant, Iowa, Slides, Photographs, Public Libraries
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Library staff processing materials at the Eldridge branch. The lady standing up is Maxine Felt.
Topics: Felt, Maxine, Photographs, Public Libraries
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Map with Scott County Library System branch locations marked with orange dots.
Topics: Eldridge, Iowa, Slides, Photographs, Public Libraries
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Exterior of the Durant library.
Topics: Durant, Iowa, Slides, Photographs, Public Libraries
A letter from Blanche Smith, State Traveling Library, to Elizabeth Hage requesting Ms. Hage send a copy of the Scott County Library System operating budget to Catherine Seitz, Dubuque County Library. Ms. Seitz follows up with a letter of request, and Ms. Hage sends a final copy of the 1950 Financial Report to Ms. Smith as well as Ms. Seitz.
Topics: Photographs, Public Libraries, Correspondence, Seitz, Catherine, Smith, Blanche, Hage, Elizabeth
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W. F. Stipe, Chairman of the Book Committee at Clarinda Public Library writes to Elizabeth Hage regarding the correct method of computing circulation of books loaned to teachers by the public library. Elizabeth Hage responds with how the Scott County Library computes circulation and sends a copy of Mr. Stipe's letter to Blanche Smith.
Topics: Public Libraries, Correspondence, Stipe, W. F, Hage, Elizabeth, Smith, Blanche
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Left from front to back: Mary Louise Cronkleton, Millie Wallace, Lillian Bell, Clarence Bell, Joe Porter, Jeanette Sells, Roy Durbin, Melva Durbin, and Verda Shaw enjoy dinner  together.
Topics: Photographs, Public Libraries, Employees, Cronkleton, Mary Louise, Bell, Lillian, Bell, Clarence,...
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Library employees eating & drinking
Topics: Blue Grass, Iowa, Eating & drinking, Slides, Photographs, Public Libraries
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Two school children stand on the front porch of country school #5 in rural Scott County while the bookmobile visits their school.
Topics: Photographs, Public Libraries, Bookmobiles, Schools
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Mary Louise Cronkleton at the card catalog at the Eldridge branch.
Topics: Cronkleton, Mary Louise, Eldridge, Iowa, Slides, Photographs, Public Libraries
Letter to [Ruby] Stuff, Le Claire station attendant, from Elizabeth Hage regarding "recirculating" books borrowed from the Davenport Public Library and the Scott County Library. When borrowing a book for a specific person, it is meant for that one person only and cannot be checked out to any one else. It must be returned to the library from which it was borrowed when that person has read it. This allows the book to be circulated to those who are on a wait list to read it. Ms. Hage...
Topics: Correspondence, Public Libraries, Process & Techniques, Stuff, [Ruby], Hage, Elizabeth